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ABA on Call presented by CentralReach, explores the Applied Behavior Analysis/Healthcare Technology industries through thought-provoking conversation. Watch to explore ideas and trends in the field with renowned ABA experts, Rick Kubina Jr., Ph.D, BCBA-D & Doug Kostewicz, Ph.D, BCBA-D. Earn BACB CEUs to support your ongoing certification for Season 4 and future episodes.
 
Frequently families like mine don't know what's available to help us, we're too focused on getting through our day-to-day. But even if we had time, we would need to know what to look for. There had to be a better way, so I started this podcast. It's my mission to introduce a new organization or individual that is serving those with disabilities every week. Does a certain guest resonate with you? Reach out to them. Or, if you'd prefer, I'd be happy to make an introduction. Have an idea or top ...
 
A Business podcast centered around our building at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ. The podcast is hosted by 3 members of the community. Kevin Liptak of Refresh Advertising, Lorenzo Araneo of Screaming Lunatic Brand Design and Mike Glaicar of TrueConnect. Together the 3 provide a Business Podcast along with inviting other business members within Bell Works. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebellcast/support
 
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Sports refers to activities involving exerting oneself physically in a an individual or team format to compete against oneself or others. As such sports covers many activities found in all cultures. The science of behavior has much to offer sports. ABA can enhance individual or team performance, teach game rules, open access to entry level layers, …
 
MesoAmerican Indigenous Autist and BCBA Mari Cerda joins the panel to discuss her work mediating between the Autistic and ABA communities. The discussion links values to our work from multiple perspectives, including personal, professional, scientific, and cultural considerations.The panel shares ideas for ethical responding, including private beha…
 
Creating Change • Improving Lives The Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council creates change to make it possible for people with developmental disabilities to live the lives they want with the support they need. Their vision is that people with and without disabilities in Maryland live, learn, work, and play together. The Maryland Developmental…
 
First Maryland Disability Trust specializes in cost-effective, special needs disability trustee services designed to enhance beneficiaries’ quality of life. They provide families, friends, and individuals with the tools to plan for current and future needs. All while protecting eligibility for public disability benefits. Supporting and encouraging …
 
Executive Function Coach helps individuals diagnosed with giftedness, 2e, dyslexia, dysgraphia, AD/HD, ODD, dyscalculia, anxiety, "high-functioning Autism", memory problems, and minor traumatic brain injury ("m TBI") improve their executive function skills. They customize their services to meet their client's individual needs. Resources Mentioned: …
 
Sunshine Foundation’s sole purpose is to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged, and abused children ages three to eighteen, whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to the financial strain that the child’s illness may cause. Sunshine Foundation’s special dreams can be anything from a celebrity meet and g…
 
Founded & launched in 2017 by Lisa Marie Clinton, avail® was developed from a desire to both raise public expectations and empower individuals to achieve their goals. Lisa questioned how to revolutionize how individuals were supported, and equip them with the tools to self-manage their day and have ownership. The advances in technology can now supp…
 
Join us for this invigorating talk about the selection and use of measurements in ABA practice. We discuss the philosophic thought and scientific process behind the BHCOE's whitepaper on this topic, as well as tips for behavior analysts who want to incorporate multiple levels of measurement into their work with clients. To earn CEUs for listening, …
 
NuroLux is a movement to restore hope for families impacted by Autism by providing them with the team, clinical and educational technology tools, and a plan to light the path ahead. Their Logo & Alliance As reflected by the three hands protecting the heart in their logo, they believe a balanced Alliance between (1) the family, (2) the multi-discipl…
 
Around the world, children with Down syndrome are routinely abandoned and institutionalized for life. This widespread problem seems overwhelming, but there is hope. RODS Heroes wholeheartedly believe that when you become actively engaged in good work, whether that be adopting a child or helping create opportunities for others to adopt, you will wit…
 
The Special Abilities Network (SAN) is a team of financial planners who are members of the special needs community professionally and/or personally. They’ve made it their life’s work to empower families in the special needs community because they understand what it means to wake up in the middle of the night with fears of the future. The founders o…
 
What is FD/MAS? The name of this condition, Fibrous Dysplasia/McCune-Albright syndrome (FD/MAS), can sometimes be confusing. Some people only have affected bones, in which case it might be called FD. When bones and other tissues are affected, it is called MAS. Since both FD and MAS are caused by the exact same gene mutation, and since many people w…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View the team from Behavior Science Technologies joins the panel to discuss data-based performance management. We discuss barriers to implementation and ways to begin making the shift with minimal pain, as well as how to make the business case to C-suite executives. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or…
 
The job market for behavior analysts in special and general education has increased greatly in the past 20 years. Behavior analysts can have a caseload, they can consult in general and special education classrooms, and can even work in administration. Behavior analysts can contribute to the IEP process in several constructive ways. Additionally, co…
 
Nolu is a new kind of dating app specifically designed for people living with disabilities providing a fun, safe, and inclusive community for dating. It's a cultural movement, an equal opportunity for romance, love, and companionship. Nolu is open to all and welcomes everyone looking for emotional inclusion! It was designed to cater primarily, but …
 
Susan Bernstein is a Certified Divorce Coach and Certified High Conflict Divorce Coach with a specialty in Post Divorce Recovery and Transition and Post Separation Abuse, she will help you go through the changes of divorce with ease. She helps clients achieve their goals and get to where they want to be. Susan helps many clients who want to get out…
 
The ABA Spectrum CentralReach recently expanded offerings to support a broader array of services for organizations and practitioners. By expanding the scope into adolescence and adulthood, and explicitly including Intellectual Disability services as part of the ABA market, the company does much to acknowledge the usefulness of our science beyond th…
 
zPods - "Dream, Play, Sleep" zPods is the first U.S.-based company to provide kids with a customizable, sensory-friendly sleeping pod. These regenerative spaces come jam-packed with intelligent lighting control, white noise generation, Bluetooth speakers, and more. zPods believes children can find better sleep with these tools, helping parents slee…
 
"Traveling Different: Vacation Strategies for Parents of the Anxious, the Inflexible, and the Neurodiverse" Dawn M. Barclay is an award-winning author who has spent a career working in different aspects of the travel industry. She started as an agent with her parents’ firms, Barclay Travel Ltd and Barclay International Group Short-Term Apartment Re…
 
In 1993 Alfie's Kohn's Punished by Rewards (PBR) was published. The book claimed that behavioral principles and procedures manipulated people and destroyed the potential for authentic learning. The publication of PBR was met with enthusiasm by many in the educational and psychological fields. However, PBR contains many misrepresentations of positiv…
 
Stephen Beard is a Real Estate Agent, Accessibility Specialist, and host of the "Accessible Housing Matters" podcast. We talk about the challenges individuals face with disabilities when trying to find not only affordable but accessible housing. If you're interested in more episodes about housing, I have links to several of Stephen's shows we menti…
 
Koolway Sports designs and manufactures outerwear for individuals with disabilities, enabling them to achieve their maximum level of independence in all aspects of their life! Learn more: Website: https://koolwaysports.com/ Facebook: @Koolwaysports Twitter: @Koolwaysports Email: info@koolwaysports.com Phone: 905-493-3188 Lori's Voice - https://www.…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Dr. Charna Mintz, Chief Clinical Officer for Action Behavior Centers and Past President of APBA, joins the panel for an honest look at assent-based practices. We travel through regrets of the past, the frustrations and excitement of current practices, and the hopes for a future in which research, training, an…
 
Debra Ruh is a Master when it comes to Disability and Inclusion. Her accomplishments are many and varied. They include: - Working as a consultant for UN ILO Global Business and Disability Network (GBDN) - Partner with ztudium and citiesABC - Expert Partner with The Valuable 500 - Global Speaker for the US State Dept - Expert technologist and commun…
 
Autism Doesn’t Need To Mean Loneliness. Live The Social Life You Deserve. Jeremy Hamburgh invites you to learn more about My Best Social Life - https://mybestsociallife.com/ Most social strategies just don’t work for people with autism. Dating sites. Social networks. Online forums. There are millions of options. And yet 91% of people on the spectru…
 
I apologize to my listeners. Somehow the wrong audio file was uploaded. This is the correct file. As a community of special needs families and expert professionals, Eli’s Village is dedicated to walking beside you — through every stage of life. With proactive planning, detailed assessments, holistic care, and personalized treatment, they're your su…
 
Conspiracy theories are verbal behavior that states some covert yet influential organization holds responsibility for a specific circumstance or event (e.g., the government collapsed the Twin Towers in the 9/11 attacks). Conspiracy theories have become mainstream, finding prominent adherents from politicians and news pundits to celebrities and blog…
 
Unicorn Children's Foundation is an international non-profit organization dedicated to children and young adults with developmental, communication, and learning disorders through education, awareness, and research so that they have every opportunity to lead productive and fulfilling lives. They are dedicated to cradle-to-career pathways for kids an…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Dr. Darren Sush, co-author of The Workbook of Ethical Case Scenarios in Applied Behavior Analysis, joins the panel for an in-depth discussion of the ethics involved in shaping and reshaping the professions of Applied Behavior Analysis. The talk centers around the role of leadership in navigating us through co…
 
My PowerPak is a community-based digital platform that empowers you to give and receive extraordinary support when life throws a curveball. It provides a one-stop, holistic tool kit with more of the resources necessary to grow, engage and coordinate with your care community in one simple and secure place by bringing the caregivers (Guardians), care…
 
We all stress about work, relationships, health, and other daily life struggles, but we don't always have someone to talk to or someone who understands and is willing to listen. That's what led to the creation of Supportiv. Supportiv is a live chat 24/7 where you get matched with others facing similar struggles in a small group, making it easier th…
 
Judie Holleman, APRM, PCNP-BC, CPNP-AC, CCRN, is a Nurse Practitioner for the Margaret Hackett Family Program. During this interview, we explore what the Margaret Hackett Family Program (MHFP) does and how families can advocate for themselves. I feel it's important to stress this program is available to ANYONE from ANYWHERE in the country. Through …
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Karin Torsiello, BCBA , President of Behavior Basics, Incorporated, joins the panel to discuss her team’s approach to working with families affected by trauma, mental health concerns, and abuse. By integrating their services within a larger interdisciplinary approach, Behavior Basics has been able to utilize …
 
Clay Starlin has been a champion of effective measurement and instructional technologies. He did pioneering work in the 70s and 80s bringing precision teaching to the forefront of education. He has spent his career contributing and refining concepts and methods involved with the science of learning. Clay has recently published a book called “weavin…
 
Robin Matusow served Florida's students for over 30 years. She collaborated extensively with government agencies at the local, state, and national levels. Her experience includes designing and administrating Career Technical Education programs that put people with disabilities to work, assisting both private and public systems with issues of compli…
 
Phil Vetrano ("Coach Phil") started Planning & Vision to help families and students optimize their investment in College and give them a career planning competitive edge. He uses strategic and data-driven methods to identify each prospective student's best college fit. The place they can thrive academically and socially while keeping to the family …
 
CR’s own Manager of Educational Content Cas Breaux, MA, MS, BCBA, LBA joins the panel for this month’s Hot Topics mini-episode, where we chat about our time at ABAI, answer a mailbag question about identity-first language, and celebrate some news from the BACB. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review! * This episode is…
 
The company's Founders, Chris Olmanson and Marissa "Missy" Pittard, have personally and professionally witnessed the challenges families face when trying to find providers and services. Their Mission is simple, but not easy. "Create a world in which every parent can sleep well at night knowing they’re doing all they can to set their child up for a …
 
As an SLP and BCBA, Rose has focused exclusively on autistic learners for more than 20 years in both public school settings and private clinics. Seeing a need for tools to help families, she created The Action Builder Cards and Double Up Life Skills Game. In addition to working within the Ohio school system, she offers consultations to families and…
 
Many of our children are served by nonprofits, but who is helping those who help us? "There is a Leadership Crisis in the developmental disabilities field that is a result of increasing demand for high quality, responsive, services for adults with developmental disabilities occurring at the same time as the leaders of organizations and programs ded…
 
The measurement, visual display, analysis, and reliability of data are all hallmarks in a process behavior analysts use to understand the import of data. Yet research has demonstrated stark differences between options for the measurement/analysis process. First, discontinuous observation and continuous observation can lead to different datasets. Al…
 
Kim Martin is a trusts and estates attorney based in Georgia whose practice focuses on estate planning for families with a special needs family member. Her areas of expertise also include guardianship, divorce settlement agreements in cases that involve a special needs child, and tax planning. Our conversation focuses on the dangers of using conven…
 
The Behavioral View panel welcomes Dr. Becca Tagg, owner of Del Mar Behavioral Services, to discuss burnout through a lens of community care (as opposed to self-care). In this episode, we define stress and burnout and emphasize the differences between them. We identify risk factors for burnout, including behaviors of the individual, leadership, and…
 
Emily Bruce, BCBA, LBA, is the Founder and CEO of PeerKnect; an app designed to help build friendships and social connections for children and young adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities. It does this by helping parents connect for play dates and get-togethers (older children). It also provides an option for organizations to share the…
 
Officer Laurie Reyes and Jenn Lynn join me to talk about how to interact with Law Enforcement when your child has an intellectual and/or developmental disability. It's important to introduce your children to your local officers, and make sure they know your child's characteristics. Unfortunately, there may be departments that have not been trained.…
 
Kim Albrecht is the host of the award-winning disability podcast LOMAH. Like many parents of children with disabilities, she and her husband, Tom, had questions about Miranda’s (their oldest daughter) future. Some of those questions include “where will she live”, “who will care for her”, and “where will she find her joy”? Over the years she has sha…
 
Maxwell Ivey is an inspirational and motivational personal coach who also runs a business buying and selling carnival equipment and amusement park rides. A native Texan, Max loves to sing and spend time with his unique and crazy dog, a “Greymation” named Penny (half Greyhound, half Dalmatian). Reading, singing, and blogging are among Max’s favorite…
 
Skinner's prolific writing focused on important theoretical and philosophical content later in his career. In his article "What's wrong with life in the Western world?" Skinner describes five practices that have corrupted contingencies of reinforcement that came about through evolution. The pleasing effects are seen in practices such as "(a) aliena…
 
In this episode of The Behavioral View, Shannon Biagi joins the panel to discuss organizational behavior management (OBM) as it applies to various levels of ABA practice. Principles discussed include using OBM as a lens for clinical practice, making supervision more data-based, and enhancing the ability to function in leadership roles. We also prov…
 
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